Helene Rosenbluth interviews Black and Jewish representatives of groups who are fighting the anti-gay Briggs Initiative, which would have prohibited hiring and required the dismissal of any teacher who engaged in homosexual activity or advocated for gay civil rights. The interviewees are Henry Dodson of the NAACP, Rabbi Allen I. Freehling of the University Synagogue, Rita Kort and Ellen Ledley of Jews Against Briggs, and Kwambe Omdahda of Lesbians of Color Caucus. Music by Joan Armatrading and Linda Tillery. Produced by Helene Rosenbluth.
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